Cops probe $500,000 in items stolen from Clarendon house

CLARENDON, Jamaica— The Clarendon Police have launched an investigation after more than half a million dollars worth of furniture, appliance, clothing and food items were robbed from a house in Palmers Cross in the parish.

The robbery reportedly occurred between 7 am last Wednesday, August 3 and 6 am the following day.

It was reported that members of the household securely locked up the four-bedroom dwelling and left. Upon returning the next morning, it was discovered that the front grille to the house was pried, and the front door forced open.

Several items were also discovered missing.

These included:-

* A black 55” Haier Smart TV, valued at $90,000

* A silver LG inverter refrigerator valued at $120,000

* A grey settee valued at $30,000

* A wall fan valued at $7,000

* A grey BlackPoint 4 burner stove valued at $50,000

* A white/cream Queen size mattress valued at $90,000

* A brand new 55” Samsung Smart TV valued at $120,000

* Assorted food items valued at $40,000 and assorted clothing items valued at $30,000.

Following the discovery, the police were contacted and detectives visited and processed the scene.

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